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Tight times

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Published by Puffin Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family problems -- Fiction.,
  • Pets -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    A small boy, not allowed to have a dog because times are tight, finds a starving kitten in a trash can on the same day his father loses his job.

    Edition Notes

    StatementBarbara Shook Hazen ; pictures by Trina Schart Hyman.
    SeriesPicture puffins
    ContributionsHyman, Trina Schart, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.H314975 Ti 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[32] p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3190178M
    ISBN 100140504427
    LC Control Number83061213

    Discuss what you think the expression “tight times” refers to. As the book is read aloud, revise your definition. What is the difference between wants and needs? Look for examples in the book. Although this family is experiencing difficulty, there is a silver lining. Discuss the good things the family still has, even though the dad loses.


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Tight Times book. Read 95 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A small boy, not allowed Tight times book have a dog because times are tight, finds a 4/5.

That and the illustrations and a few references being somewhat dated, are the reason for the 4 instead of 5 stars. However, I liked the black/white pen/ink illustrations, and the message is good for motivating conversation on helping others as well as helping children to recognize that we may all have "tight times." I would recommend/5(35).

Daddy said tight times are why we went to the sprinkler last summer instead of the lake. I like the lake better. Daddy said tight times are why we don’t have a roast beef on Sunday.

Instead we have little soupy things with lima beans. If I had a dog, I’d make him eat mine. Daddy said tight times are why Mrs. McIntosh picks meFile Size: 71KB. Live Tagalog-English Reading of "Tight Times" - Duration: The Pain and The Great One children's book read aloud by Books with Blue The Hard Times - Duration.

Tightrope’s greatest strength is its exaltation of the common person’s voice, bearing expert witness to troubles that selfish power has wrought.” —Sarah Smarsh, The New York Times Book Review “[Tightrope] may well be the timeliest and most engrossing work of /5().

Tight Times book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. “These are tight times so we’ve got to be tough.” Families have less food to e /5(38).

“Tightrope,” by the Pulitzer Prize-winning authors Nicholas Kristof and Tight times book WuDunn, is a wrenching portrait of rural Yamhill, Ore., Kristof’s hometown and a microcosm for : Sarah Smarsh.

that even during “tight times,” there are all kinds of ways to have fun and that working together and using imagination are what is important. TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION: Ask students to tell about activities they do for fun at little (or no) cost. Discuss things that families can do to cope with “tight times.”File Size: KB.

Description of the book "Tight Times": Tight Times means lima beans instead of roast beef and a trip to the sprinkler instead of the lake. But family love makes things go all right, even when times are tough.

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Tight Times means lima beans instead of roast beef and a trip to the sprinkler instead of the lake. is the author of more than 80 books for young readers, including the popular Little Golden Book The Please and Thank You Book.

Tight times book lives in Massachusetts and in New York City. book by anna schumacher. book by wendy cheyette lewison. tight /5(10). Tightrope’s greatest strength is its exaltation of the common person’s voice, bearing expert witness to troubles that selfish power has wrought.” —Sarah Smarsh, The New York Times Book Review “[Tightrope] may well be the timeliest and most engrossing work of.

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Tight times. [Barbara Shook Hazen; Trina Schart Hyman] -- A young boy wants a dog but his family is unable to afford one. On the day his. Buy a cheap copy of Tight Times (Picture Puffins) book by Barbara Shook Hazen. A youngster isn't sure why a thing called tight times means not getting a dog.

Free shipping over $/5(5). Tight Times is a story about a boy who wants a dog and whose family is going through "Tight Times." The family buys generic food letting the reader infer they are watching how they spend their money.

Then one day the dad comes home in the middle of the workday unhappy telling the /5(47). "Tight Times" is Episode 1 in Season 1 and the series premiere.

It originally aired on June 6, The episode begins with LeVar at a pet show where all pets are winners. Everybody is bringing all kinds of pets, big and little, real and imaginary you name it. Every pet is a winner with a personality of its own. This is a book about a little boy whose parents are in the midst of a financial struggle.

The boy wants to get a dog, but his dad says he can't because of tight times. In the middle of the book, the /5(13). Book Information. Title: Tight Times. Author: Hazen, Barbara Shook. Isbn: A small boy, not allowed to have a dog because times are tight, finds a starving kitten in a trash can on the same day his father loses his job.

Hook Your Students. The little boy wants a dog more than anything. The family is going through tough times and. tight times by Barbara Shook Hazen ‧ RELEASE DATE: Sept.

1, Though both parents work, times are tight already; that's ""why we went to the sprinkler in summer instead of the lake, why we have soupy things with lima beans [instead of] roast beef on Sunday,"" and especially why ""I"" (a small boy) can't have a : Barbara Shook Hazen.

In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. An interactive read aloud lesson plan for the book Tight Times by: Barbara Shook Hazen.

This lesson plan focuses on the strategy of making inferences. This lesson plan includes common core state standards (3rd grade) but could be adapted to other grade levels, learning target, multiple assessment o. LibraryThing Review User Review - Jessica - LibraryThing.

In this book a young child comes to terms with his family's financial status, his dad explains that the family has fallen on tight times and that is why the boy can not get a dog/5(13). Tight Times (Picture Puffins) by Barbara Shook Hazen and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A boy asks his parents if he can have a dog.

Even though his father explains that times are too tight, the boy receives his wish in a surprising way. Now he and his wife, former Times foreign correspondent Sheryl WuDunn, have written an unsettling book — “Tightrope, Americans Reaching for Hope.” It begins by looking back at Kristof’s Author: William Nottingham.

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An interactive read aloud lesson plan for the book Tight Times by: Barbara Shook Hazen. This lesson plan focuses on the strategy of making inferences. This lesson plan includes common core state standards (3rd grade) but could be adapted to other grade levels, learning target, multiple assessment options, scripted introduction, model and guided practice stopping points with prompts, teacher.

Tight Times is a black and white picture book written by Barbara Shook Hazen and illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman. This book is narrated by a young boy who wants to know why it is that he can't have a dog.

His father informs him that it's because they're in tight times. Though both parents work, times are tight already; that's ""why we went to the sprinkler in summer instead of the lake, why we have soupy things with lima beans [instead of] roast beef on Sunday,"" and especially why ""I"" (a small boy) can't have a dog.

Then Daddy comes home early with news that he's lost his job. But that very day the little boy finds a cat, and his parents, crying. An interactive read aloud lesson plan for the book Tight Times by: Barbara Shook Hazen.

This lesson plan focuses on the strategy of making inferences. This lesson plan includes common core state standards (3rd grade) but could be adapted to other grade /4(56). Here is a picture of my poster on the story Tight Times by Barbara Shook Hazen.

This is a really good story for teaching inferencing. You can infer characters motivations and the characters feelings in this book. You can also predict easily what will happen next. I picked up Tight Times at our library's used book store.

I remembered it from watching Reading Rainbow as a child (ah, Reading Rainbow!), and I knew that it was a bargain at $Even though it is meant for younger readers, it worked nicely for making inferences.

We stopped and talked about what "tight times" means, how we could use the illustrations to make inferences about the Author: Emily Kissner. This children's book introduces a family who is experiencing "tight times" in a way that children can begin to understand.

A little boy finds he can't have exactly what he wants for breakfast. He has to stay with a babysitter because his mother has to work. It isn't a good time for him to get a dog.

Worst of all, moms and dads cry!Author: Barbara Shook Hazen. Tight Times by Barbara Shook Hazen,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(). A youngster isn't sure why a thing called "tight times" means not getting a dog Notes.

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Read more. 5 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from Canada. Top international reviews SwissPookie. out of 5 stars Dated, but in a good way/5(29). A small boy, not allowed to have a dog because times are tight, finds a starving kitten in a trash can on the same day his father loses his job.

About The Author Barbara Shook Hazen, a former editor at Golden Books, is the author of more than 80 books for young readers, including the popular Little Golden Book The Please and Thank You Book.

They have less food to eat, less things to use, less places to go. What does a family do when faced with tight times. Kaunti na lang ang pagkain nila, kaunti na lang ang gamit nila, at kaunti na lang din ang puwede nilang puntahan.

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This story talks about a girl’s experience of going to the wet market with her mother on a weekend. It shows the wonder that every kid has when going with their mother to the “palengke.”.

I mentioned in the book that when I was playing the song "Time is Tight," I hold that note, that one G, for so long in the melody, but that also gives me a Author: Alex Greene.This is a touching story of a boy who wants a pet when his family is having financial trouble and must hold the line on expenses.

LeVar visits a pet show and discovers all kinds of unusual pets, including pet rocks. He explains that even during “tight times” there are all kinds of ways to have fun -- and that working together and using imagination are what is important.